Valley’s number one priority is the health and well-being of our clients, staff, and community. COVID19 has been challenging for everyone and has shaped the way we function as an organization. We understand the importance of standard safety precautions and how they are vital to keeping Valley operational. Over the past year, we implemented practices and safeguards to slow and stop the spread of COVID19 and other diseases in our facilities. We are working hard at making the COVID19 vaccine available to Valley employees and clients. We plan to continue to implement our safety practices going forward to ensure everyone is healthy and safe. Help by partaking in the following safety precautions:
1. Get vaccinated if you are able to do so
2. Do not gather in groups other than those living in your household
3. Wear a mask when you are not alone and practice social distancing
4. Avoid going into work if you are sick and avoid being in contact with people that are sick
5. Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces
6. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth
7. Wash your hands as often as possible
Together we can help protect others and save lives. If you have any questions or are in need of assistance please reach out to your direct supervisor so we can help! For more information about the benefits of getting a COVID-19 vaccine visit the CDC website here
We are currently offering medication delivery through our ValleyRx pharmacy and remote therapy by phone and telehealth.
Need someone to talk to during this tough time? You are not alone. Call our support line 801.263.7210 to speak with a trained clinical professional. Our phone line will be available 5 days a week from 8 am to 5 pm.
As our country and state monitor COVID19, Valley Behavioral Health is committed to protecting the health and safety of our community. We made the following changes in 2020 in an effort to slow the spread of COVID19 and to ensure smooth operations for our healthcare system and will continue to consider these items in the months to come:
We will continue to monitor the situation and respond to changes to this public health situation.
Valley Behavioral Health Leadership
The best way to protect yourself from contracting COVID19 is by using the same daily habits that help prevent the spread of many viruses, including the common cold and the flu. To help prevent the spread of disease always:
If you were in close contact with someone confirmed to have the infection and begin to feel sick with fever, cough, or shortness of breath, seek medical care, and get tested. Before you go to the doctor, call ahead and let them know about your travel and symptoms to limit potential exposure to others, and avoid spreading the virus.
Please wear a mask in our facilities and around other people if you have a fever, are coughing, sneezing, have a runny nose, or are having difficulty breathing. Please also consider using Intermountain’s Connect Care service on your smartphone, tablet, or computer to connect with an Intermountain clinician and receive specific care recommendations.
Information about COVID19 is rapidly changing. For the most up-to-date news and travel advisories, visit the Center for Disease Control’s website.
Please be sure to call before you arrive anywhere for treatment to avoid long waits and unnecessary travel.
The Utah Department of Health has an information hotline.
The Utah Coronavirus Information Line can be reached at 1-800-456-7707 where Utahns will be able to call this number and speak with trained healthcare experts with any questions or concerns regarding COVID19. Healthcare providers may also call the line for assistance.
Numerous language translations will also be available to callers.
The hotline was made possible with a collaboration with the Utah Poison Control Center.
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